• anonymous
Hi guys please help me on this: Do you think that creativity can contribute to the development of a scientific experiment or investigation? Give an example to support your answer.
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  • anonymous
Well just to help out anybody that gets stuck on this question I figured it out myself. All spelling and grammar is correct! Your welcome! :) I think that creativity can and does help to develop a new scientific experiment or investigation because new ideas come with an open mind. Creativity can power science. A great example can be when you're walking through a workshop or a garage filled with tools and other objects. By observing these things, your mind wanders and starts to figure out how things can or do work and what could be the result of connecting it with another gadget. Without hesitation you could already be experimenting what went through your mind and investigating the results.

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